My emotions went through the wringer with this episode.
At first, I was throughly pissed with Tony and Crew that they had the nerve to be annoyed with Jeremy playing his Safety. "How dare Jeremy not let us vote him out!" And on top of that, he finds an idol??
But then my annoyance switches to Parvati. Because once again, she tries to take credit for something someone else does. Nat found the wine bottle, Nat figured out that the clue was hinting about something being back at camp and Parvati gets to narrate the stealth plan about recovering the Extortion advantage and how to use it? Whatever.
Ben really is useless. King Goat. And Michelle and Kim are Goats-In-Waiting.
So Tony deciding to switch the target to Sophie gives me more joy than should be allowed from just watching a show. Sophie and Sarah were waaaaaay too comfortable. Break that shit up. Kadooz to the editors for throwing me off because I really, really, really thought Jeremy would never believe Tony. That blindside was perfection **chef's kiss**
I just remembered, Tony flying around with that bag, gleefully thinking that he really had an Advantage from E0E was some seriously funny shit. He was so giddy thinking that he could play that against someone and then he reads, "This advantage is being played against you." I hollered. You visibly saw the defeat wash over him. In hindsight, I love that he scrambled and got the payoff together but when it happened, I was convinced it sealed Jeremy's fate. Especially when Jeremy came SO CLOSE to winning Immunity. I thought he stepped down because he felt safe in his alliance with Tony. Or did he lose his balance? Either way, I thought that was his ticket home. I can't believe this show can be this good 20 years in.